As one of the largest networks of drug rehabilitation centers worldwide, Narconon is justly proud of its parade of thousands of people fully recovered from addiction
Los Angeles, CA - In today’s celebrity-obsessed media environment we typically only hear about the sensational side of drug addiction treatment, usually filled with relapses and repeat offenders. While these stories do show in some respect what can happen when people become dependent on alcohol and other drugs, it also can make a mockery out of rehabilitation.
Notably missing in this sage are stories from people who have gotten help for their addictions and have been sober ever since. But these are the stories that fill the 40-plus years of the Narconon® drug rehabilitation program’s history. It is common to hear of Narconon graduates fully recovered for five, ten, twenty years or longer.
Just one example is a former crack cocaine addict named Glenn, who wrote, “As I went through the program and with the help of the wonderful staff, I really started to see a difference in myself. I began to believe in myself again. Now I am a real person again, and I owe everything that I am today to the Narconon program.”
Much of the treatment methods used by Narconon include emphasis on personal responsibility as well as rebuilding broken relationships. It is one of the few truly holistic methods in that it is completely drug-free. It does not treat addiction with prescriptions of any kind. What is most important, of course, is that it works.
Allison is a Narconon graduate from over five years ago. According to her, “My life couldn’t be better now. I have everything I could ever want, and most importantly I am free from the struggles of drug addiction…Not a day goes by that I am not thankful for what I have achieved since the day I first stepped foot into Narconon. I am finally happy; I am finally free.”
Narconon International’s president, Clark Carr, travels the world introducing the Narconon program to new countries and regions. In doing so he has personally met hundreds of long-time graduates at alumni celebrations and anniversary events. “What is astonishing about Narconon is that our rate of long-term sobriety is consistent in so many different cultures, in so many different settings,” says Carr. “From the Americas to Europe, Asia to Africa, Narconon gets results.”
Narconon maintains a 70% or better success rate for helping individuals rid themselves of alcohol and drug addictions. It is one of the largest non-governmental organizations working on drug rehabilitation and prevention in the world. For more information or to find the center closest to you, visit www.narconon.org or call 1 800-468-6933.